Remember back to when you first met your old friends. They weren't "real friends" yet and still you found a way to connect with them. This tells you that you have the ability to do this - again.
Instead of moving all over again as a way to deal with having moved in the first place, use the skills you learned from the old place to get to know this new place. If you move once more now, the whole process will start all over again.
I know you want the hurt and frustration to go away, and I know you want to move back to where you were so you won't feel that way anymore. That's not an option, and moving again right now will just make you feel worse.
Give those two friends who might like you a chance. Even if they aren't "real," they might know others who would become your real friends.
In the adult world, we call this "networking": joining school clubs or going to school dances or school games, going to a sleepover or party, or even just walking home or having lunch with someone new — these are all ways to meet other kids and eventually find that special someone you can call friend and who will call you friend.
Everything will work out, and when it does (because it will), be sure and post again about how things worked out. Other kids who have had to move could use your experience to help them through their tough time, too.