What is a new human as opposed to an old human?
I perceive a new human to be the best version of me that I can be right now. This means I live with an open heart, in harmony with nature, in harmony with mankind, at one with the cosmos. I understand my mission in life and am aware of the fears that I need to work through to learn my lessons and achieve my purpose. I have good contact with my guided teacher and can follow the guidance I receive. I live my life altruistically through being in balance with my ego, I have a deep respect for nature (living sustainably) and the natural flow of life. I act with integrity and honesty to myself and others. I do my best to be trustworthy and share my wisdom. Best of all, I love living this life I have here on Earth.
So, is that me, really? Hell no, not by a long way. I am often unsure of myself, get stuck in the smallness of life, am fairly moody (even if it doesn't show). I have very high standards of living sustainably, I barely reach 50% of this ideal. However, a good part of it is real and it gets better with every lesson that comes my way.
So, that is my version of a new human. As for New Humanity?
Well, try to imagine if we all lived like this and there you have it.
Mankind has a history of building up civilizations over thousands of years, then reaching a critical point where the balance between head and heart seem to get out of balance. This can be seen in the way the ego loses its way and becomes greedy and tries to dominate and control nature and other people.
When a civilization reaches its zenith, it will eventually fade away to make room for new ones in the same way that a flower blossoms, fades, but leaves seeds for new life.
This is the natural process on Earth ,both for plant life and indeed humans.
Our current civilization sits on the foundation of endless cultures that have gone before us, some that crashed horribly and some that thrived and moved on.