The new Einstein-Noether Relativity theory is the merger of Einstein’s relativity theories with Noether’s theorems of energy and momentum conservation by the authors. This merger results into two *new* solutions to Einstein’s theory of General Relativity: the gravitational field of a sphere and the gravitational field of the Universe. The *current* solutions to Einstein’s theory of General Relativity have been corrected for Noether’s theorem. These modifications seem minor, but are crucial. The *new* gravitational field of a sphere, the former Schwarzschild Solution, leads to torus-shaped black holes. The *new* gravitational field of the Universe, the former Robertson-Walker Solution, leads to an eternal and spherical Universe.